6.24150948×1018 elementary charges would probably be more than all the electrons in the known universe! It should read 6.24150948×10^18Since a coulomb is approximately equal to 6.24150948×1018 elementary charges, one ampere is approximately equivalent to 6.24150948×1018 elementary charges, such as electrons, moving past a boundary in one second.
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